Poland national korfball team

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Poland
Association Polski Związek Korfballu (PZKorf)
IKF membership 1988
IKF code POL Poland
IKF rank 12 (Jan. 2017)
World Championships
Appearances 4
First appearance 1999
Best result 9th place, 1999
European Championships
Appearances 3
First appearance 1998
Best result 7th place
European Bowl
Appearances 1
First appearance 2005
Best result 4th place, 2005
http://www.korfball.pl

The Poland national korfball team is managed by the Polski Związek Korfballu (PZKorf), representing Poland in korfball international competitions.

Tournament history[edit]

World Championships[1]
Year Championship Host Classification
1999 6th World Championship Adelaide, Australia 9th place
2003 7th World Championship Rotterdam, Netherlands 12th place
2007 8th World Championship Brno, Czech Republic 14th place
2011 9th World Championship Shaoxing, China 10th place
European Championships[2]
Year Championship Host Classification
1998 1st European Championship Portugal 7th place
2002 2nd European Championship Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain 10th place
2010 4th European Championship Netherlands 9th place
2014 5th European Championship Portugal 8th place
European Bowl
Year Championship Host Classification
2005 1st European Bowl Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain 4th place

Current squad[edit]

National team at 2014 IKF European Championship[3]

  • Ilona Goryszewska
  • Henrieke Dębski
  • Daria Miszczak
  • Katarzyna Pawlak
  • Agnieszka Pietrzak
  • Tamara Siemieniuk
  • Klaudia Łojewska
 
  • Łukasz Karpiuk
  • Maciej Żak
  • Krzysztof Rubinkowski
  • Kacper Nowak
  • Rafał Diadik
  • Marcin Lubański
  • Kamil Musialiński
  • Coach: Berthold Komduur

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